The Great Swamp, NJ
Last post you met the beautiful little guy who unlike his friends, returned to the same leaf, directly in front of me, and posed. To be sure I got his best side, here are two more. Enough now, I promise:)
Been playing with the lighting to keep this series fresh…at least for me;)
Every Friday starting today, I will post one photograph. No words:)
Okey Dokey, part two is mostly about the way I manipulated my photos to provide a back round and a dress for Ms. Spring. There have to be myriad ways to deal with photos incorporated into digital paintings. I’m simply revealing the way I went about it in this piece. And, I have no problem …
All of you creatives who commented on my last post, aiding focus and offering your thoughtful opinions, thank you! I am pleased to report a common thread, with one image the majority favorite. I’m flattered that it has been referred to as classical. I am also delighted that opinions varied widely and for a variety …
Editing. Culling. Selecting- I’m curious: If you were to choose three of the strongest images to best represent contrasting nuances of expression, which would you choose? OR which of this grouping is the strongest image? For the Pause Series.
Nothing says spring like a couple of handsome frogs. Happy spring!